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Recent Posts in Spousal Support Category

  • A significant portion of divorces that take place every year involve a couple that has been married for a great deal of time. In fact, the largest population of divorcing couples are called "gray divorces," meaning that the coupleis older than expected and generally married for some time. When two people split after building a home, life and family together, it is sure to be a difficult ...
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  • Late last month, California lawmakers in the state senate approved Senate Bill 585—which would allow Child Support Services to intercept insurance payouts meant for parents who are behind on their child support payments. As Insurance Journal reports, SB585 was passed with a strong 29-4 vote and is now on its way to the Assembly for further consideration. Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones ...
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  • Is a Measure to End Alimony Coming to a California Ballot?

    || 14-May-2015

    Is the end of spousal support as we know it coming to California? If Huntington Beach resident Steve Clark and his grassroots organization CalAlimonyReform.org has their way, it could be. Clark is an IT consultant who recently went through a divorce battle and was shocked at just how expensive spousal support (or alimony) could be in California. He has now been speaking to the press since last ...
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  • Enforcement of Child Support in California

    || 3-Feb-2014

    In California, once a child support obligation has been put into effect by a family court, it becomes a legally binding order. Parents are expected to provide financial support for their children. When they fail to fulfill this obligation, it is taken very seriously by the courts. A custodial parent who is not receiving child support payments as determined by the court can take legal action ...
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